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began arriving in l.a. the first to arrive were mostly middle-class, college-educated, hoping to make a lateral move into american society. but unless you have a medical or engineering degree, that turned out to be tough. they found work as merchants, store owners, opened liquor stores, groceries, massage studios, dry cleaners. they did that in an area that was, as it's called, underserved, where major chains feared to tread, where others preferred to abandon, koreans moved in. so 1992 -- four l.a. police officers are on trial for what sure as hell looked to me like a wildly excessive and prolonged beating of an unarmed rodney king. in april of that year, they were acquitted. for me, it was a holy -- i never saw that coming moment. for other americans, to say people were angry would be an understatement. >> they don't represent the people anymore. >> so you could almost feel it like a tidal wave coming. >> the lapd were completely unprepared for what happened next. >> everything you see here, all this was being looted. chairs, rocks, everything being thrown through walls. if you go st
goes in the west, an upper level low spinning down off the california coast. l.a. yesterday, even downtown l.a., with only 63. kind of cool by your standards. typically, you should be 74 degrees this time of year. don't blink, you look a little green there in l.a. a couple showers that popped up two or three hours ago. now, they're long gone. we have a dry forecast during the day today. we're still warm and gorgeous, interior california. look at medford. 85. portland at 76. a couple more clouds to keep it cooler up around seattle. l.a., hopefully, we will get a little morshasta. even you at 76. cool on the ka california coast. look the acrescent city in the 50s. >> this has been a goorchs week of weather in the west for most areas. >> yeah. >> the northwest this weekend, eke. >> yeah. that little green in l.a. is a big deal. i lived there. >> that tiny shower. it hasn't rained. very dry. >>> one of the world's most wonder drus structures destroyed by war. a $100 billion deal is brewing on wall street. >>> plus, a massive mulch fire lights up the nation's sky at the nation's capita
service to chicago, san francisco and l.a. you can order by phone or online. burger king actually already delivers in washington, new york, houston and miami. >>> you're going to have to wait to get a new pair of google glasses. chairman eric schmidt says the device won't be available to most consumers until next year. google glasses are a wearable smartphone, allowing people to surf the web, take photos and video chat. back to you. >> and they look kind of cool, too. thank you, courtney. >>> just moments ago ford reported better than expected first quarter results as new models boosted pretax profits to its highest level in more than a decade. on the individual earnings front for you, new pew study finds the net worth of the nation's wea h wealthiest shot up nearly 30% to more than $3 million. meanwhile, during the first two years of the economic recovery, the rest of the nation dropped 4% to around $134,000. >>> another big market driver today, apple. it beat earnings estimates but delivered a disappointing sales force cast last night. apple also announced more than $100 billion in sto
, everybody. >>> l.a., los angeles, what a boring city, right? like nothing to do there. >> uh-huh. >> yeah. >> people are like just really searching for things to do like james kingston decided to hook up the go-pro camera too himself and climb a giant crane over the city of los angeles. obviously i am kidding. there is lots to do in l.a. james likes to do this and here he goes on his way up at night getting higher and higher and overlooking downtown l.a. and he takes a break to take in the view and it is like not as high as james plans to go. >> this isn't high? he is going higher. >> he is going higher up. you see james climbing out ward on this crane. even further to get even a better view of the city of angels. he is dangling his feet over this intersection. >> look at this here. now he is just tiptoeing across the narrow bars hanging from one arm. look at that. that's the shot that will make you sweat. >> this really is nerve-racking. it is like he has no fear whatsoever. >> l.a. just has to get stuff for people to do so they don't have to do this. >> yeah. >>> this is one of those st
hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues get the kings in round one of the playoffs. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we take a tour of today's nba games and the sabre cats casting a spell on the new orle >> mike: the warriors hoping to take a commanding 3-1 series lead back to denver. meanwhile, thunder and rockets. okc without westbrook. durant doing just fine without him. 4 in the game. okc winning easily 104-101 the final. >> nets and bulls. three overtime affair. first o.t., robinson's 39 -- two seconds left. joe johnson
. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues get the kings in round one of the playoffs. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we take a tour of today's nba games and the sabre cats casting a spell on the new orle >> mike: the warriors hoping to take a commanding 3-1 series lead back to denver. meanwhile, thunder and rockets. okc without westbrook. durant doing just fine without him. 4 in the game. okc winning easily 104-101 the final. >> nets and bulls. three overtime affair. first o.t., robinson's 39 -- two seconds left. joe johnson says not so fast. tied at the
, upper 50s in the northwest. 60s in the central oregon. 70s, though, in l.a. today and 80s in the desert southwest. so that's where all the warm air is in the west coast, and we should see that cooler air, though, start to settle in cali most of the california will be in 60s and 70s. 88 degrees in yuma, arizona. so it is going to continue to be a little unsettled in the northwest. again, the big story is the snow in the northern plains and that heavy rain possible today in the gulf. >> it's crazy. great for ski resorts. but the rest of us, where is spring. >> i think a lot of us are ready for the ski resorts to shut down. pack it up. it is mid-april. >>> and will they continue to search today? plus pain and your brain. >>> and a place where a new bridge has a real fire-breathing dragon. "early today" is back in two. >>> welcome back to "early today." we got the latest results from a new nbc/wall street journal poll which shows president obama's approval rating has fallen below 50%. the first time since the election. 55% of americans favor stricter laws when it comes to the sale of firear
to the wild from a california porch. this is the tranquilized cat carried to a truck outside l.a. a woman said she looked outside her sliding glass door and saw that 125 pound mountain lion staring right back at her. that's got to be a little bit scary. fish and wildlife wardens tranquilized the big cats three hours later. i'm sure the cat is okay now after being revised. but that had to be freaky for everybody involved. >> i'm sure the cat wasn't going meow. >> a lot tougher. more basin that growl. christina loren is here. nice day outside. just minutes before we can get out there. >> so close now. that little guy is probably looking for food. hey, you might be thinking about lunch plans. right now it's 11:10. we have a beautiful day shaping up if you want to hit the water, get an ocean view as you have that lunch. it's going to be nice. it already is. 11:11. isn't that nice. can you see for 10 miles or better, san francisco where we have fog. temperatures on the cool side in the 50s. 59 degrees there, 57 in san mateo, 56 in sunnyvale. as we head throughout the day today, we are going to warm
stolen in l.a. two decades ago was recently tracked to the bay area. >> i'm leigh glaser. temperatures, 70s and low 80s. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> classic car you may recognize has been recovered in the bay area two decades after it was stolen. 1964 chevelle malibu belongs to quentin taratino. they followed the trail to a similar car in victorville. they directed them to oakland where they found the car. >>> the fill more in san francisco has been named as secretary best music venue in united s
years. it's very adjacent to that spot. i absolutely embrace the idea of los l.a. paloma. we need to go down to north beach or down to polk street. you may not be old enough to remember that at one time there was such a place on east side of hyde street a little place where you can go for coffee in the morning for a snack and for those that live alone that don't like to cook dinner but don't want to go to a restaurant. there was a place like that in the 90s. i just think, i'm here for several neighbors who also work and couldn't be here who embrace the idea having such a gathering place in our little village. thank you. joseph? >> i'm here in favor of the project. of course i'm one of the owners. >> do you care to submit your name for the record? >> joseph own ram. i have the market and have been serving that community for the last 30 years. as a native san franciscan i have always tried to serve the community and this is a continuations of one. i was presented with the opportunity from the owner of the business to take it over and looking at the community and what was being served an
at new york center, dallas fort worth, jacksonville center and l.a. center, they say controllers will space planes for their part to manage traffic with current staff which will lead to delays at airports including new york's laguardia. the faa saying yesterday there were some 400 flight delays because of these furloughs in the air traffic control towers from airline industry could experience on someday 7000 flight delays. critics say the faa absolutely has the authority in the budget to cut elsewhere, and so there's a debate on whether or not the faa and government have a choice. >> we believe the faa has the discretion not to furlough the air traffic controllers, historically have never, ever in any situation been furloughs before because the frontline safety professionals keep the planes in the air, get them to the ground and keep travelers moving, keep shipping moving and that is critical to our economy, does not have to be this way. >> we believe the way their plan is constructed is going to maximize the disruption assuming it rules out and disruptions occurred. not a good s
in southern oregon. it should dry up during the day. temperatures are pretty mild in the west. 68 in l.a. with on-shore flow. coastal areas probably dealing with morning clouds and temperatures a little cooler. further inland plenty warm. even tomorrow should be about 80 in vegas, 85 in phoenix. the perfect time of year. they enjoy april especially. chance of showers in seattle tomorrow. the next storm type that will bring widespread rain looks to be thursday. this is the san francisco area. again, that's not too heavy. we need the moisture in the west. we really didn't get the snow pack we needed this winter especially in the see rare iers. >>> "g.i. joe" starring the rock and channing tatum took first over easter weekend with $41 million. "the croods" pulled in $26 million while tyler perry's "temptation" with $22 million. "glee" star corey monty has voluntarily checked himself into rehab. he's been open about his drug abuse in the past while girlfriend leah michelle is reportedly supportive of his decision. >>> music producer phil ramone has died at 79. he's a legend in the business w
, there was a reason. a clean sweep for the bay area teams. giants, a's warriors sharks. and a wild thing in l.a., career high in walks, but he'll take the w. >>> good evening. timmy time. tim lincecum made his first start of the season. he labored, but he got the win against the dodgers. i'm a clown? no you're a clown. timmy in and out of jams in five stressful frames. a passed ball by sanchez and crawford came in and 1-0 l.a. josh beckett having his own problems and mainly high heat that pablo sandoval hammers to right. a two-run blast and timmy enjoyed that. giants up 4-2. after tieing a career high with his seventh walk, a visit from the skipper, bruce bochy, stays in and gets aj ellis to pop out with two on to end the fifth. hunter pence adds a solo homer. they open at home on friday against st. louis. the a's looking for win number one. look at this lady who takes a tbluf in the face -- takes a glove in the face. a souvenir. rough start for tommy malone. first inning solo bomb. the only two runs he would allow in seven innings. the a's return it in the seventh. chris young three pitches la
system, or l.a.w.s., and cost less than $1 per shot since it runs simply on electricity. the laser so far has only been used in testing areas. it is already thought of as the newest way to transform modern welfare. >>> let's talk about weather now. spring about to deliver quite a wallop around the country. there's a weather system that whipped up powerful damaging winds in parts of california and the southwest. it's now bringing tornadoes, hail, heavy snow to the rockies and the great plains. bill karins, april 9th, right? >> everyone in the west knows what's coming for the midwest. they felt the winds yesterday. it's classic spring storm. yesterday in denver it was mid-60s. right now their windchill is zero. and it is snowing in areas of colorado right now. there's the proof of it. it's not crazy snow, but it is snowing. and after being 60 degrees the day before, it's a shock to the system. i don't know how they do it, but they're used to it there in colorado. here's the big storm. travel today, denver international, already 300 cancellations of flights. we're also going to see numerous
, the pest control company, ranked l.a. the number two most vermin plagued city in the nation. chicago is number one. chigago gets -- >> woo! >> jimmy; are you a rat? in chicago, they get the most treatments for ants, rodents, spiders and bed bugs. l.a. gets the most treatments for cockroaches, termites and kardashians. but it's an honor just to be nominated. speaking of aggressive pests, facebook made a big announcement this morning. most everyone thought they were going to unveil a new facebook cell phone today. instead, mark zuckerberg revealed new software that will transform your phone into a facebook page. finally you can get facebook on your phone. the software is called facebook home. they say it's more than just an app. it integrates facebook's new speed messaging and photos into android phones. i actually like the idea of having facebook permanently integrated into a phone. now you can drunk stalk your ex and drunk dial your ex without ever leaving the page. and not to be outdone -- [ applause ] myspace also released a phone today. isn't that awesome? they all it rotari. i'm
? >> this particular promoter was out of l.a. and to our knowledge they were not. >> so since we have that list so we can hold the promoters accountable how are we doing that? >> how are we doing -- >> how are we holding the promoters from l.a. accountable? >> if they're not registered there isn't much we can do and the respond is with the venue and who they're doing business with. >> i understand but we had the list and it was to help keep promoters in line, and hold them responsible for bad behavior -- >> so that's why i need to interrupt you and explain. you're not the only persons that has those perceptions around the registry. it's simply a registry so the city has an idea to who is doing business. it's not something to hold the promoter responsible to the e at the present time we don't have. >> >> permits or any way to make a promoter responsible. certainly if a violent incident occurred or criminal in nature and we have information about who this is we can give that to the police or the investigations or whatever it is that is pursuant to what happened but respective to our permittee it was
we breathe is now much cleaner than it was a decade ago, even in busier areas like l.a. and the bay area. however, the report also showing four out of ten people that live in counties, they now live in counties that have unhealthy levels of smog and soot. some polluted bakersfield, fresno, l.a. and modesto. all of them ranked top ten, more like bottom ten. >>> you can see how crowded b.a.r.t. trains are being stepping on board. bob redell joins us live on b.a.r.t. to show us how it works. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. b.a.r.t. is beta testing a new feature on its online quick planner. now when you go online and choose a trip, on the 1057 bayfair to fremont train, there will be an icon. you can see it right over there. they will tell you just how crowded the train is expected to be. if there are three heads in that icon, it's expected to be heavily crowded, two heads moderate. clearly one head means lightly crowded. of course, it's true. there's hardly anyone on this train. there's only a few people, plenty of seats available. it should be noted this is
that get appealed. >> with regard to beach l.a., our procedures have changed and at parks and rec's. that will had not been approved by the parks and recreation. that exemption was not right for appeal even in 2010 even though it had been issued four years earlier. what could have if the issues had not been raised as they were, if they had considered the project at a notice of public hearing and they approved the project, this isn't under either ordinance, if they approved the project, then the ceqa determination and kad ek determination would have been appealed and as a result the ceqa exemption could have been appealed. but i will go over how the -- unless you have another question. >> in dolores park that was approved at some point. >> dolores park, the planning department issued a negative declaration which has a 20 day circulation period which at any time any individual can comment on the negative declaration and request that it be heard before the planning commission which is also an appeal. it's a different animal to the board of supervisors and that process would not be a
and the boys made a surprise visit to the l.a. theater in l.a. the stones said it was a warmup show and only charged 20 bucks a pop. much different phloem tour ticket prices that cost hundreds of dollars for upper bowl seats. the stones play in oakland and san jose >>> in less than two hours the warriors will try to take a commanding three games to one lead against denver. fans are looking ahead to game six at oracle areap -- arena. tickets well be available tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m., and for the general public at 3:00 p.m.le the next home game is scheduled for thursday, may 2nd, against the denver nuggets if necessary. >> you can show your warriors pride by posting this go warriors badge on your facebook page. >> and it is shaping up to be quite a toasty week outside, leigh glaser has a look at the forecast. >> leigh: hope you enjoyed sunday afternoon, especially along the coast, where temperatures warmed because the fog moved off the coast. live doppler 7hd sweeping live. no returns, a dry air mass definitely over the bay area, and when you take a look at the 24/hour temperature change
of involuntary manslaughter. >>> also in l.a. the seamingly tireless "rolling stones" rocked a small club with a 90 minute gig. the band announced the show just hours earlier on twitter and tickets were only $20 for those lucky enough to see the announcement. 650 fans made it in. the band called it a warm up for their 50s and counting tour that kicks off next friday in l.a. >>> what moviegoers found to like in "pain and gain." >>> and after helping shape young ballplayers for decades he gets his moment on the mound. ,,,, [ male announcer ] enjoy delicious chicken made the way you say at subwa. with our oven roasted chicken, now a $3 six-inch select. make it your own with melty monterey cheddar or creamy ranch. and during april, the black forest ham is also a $3 six-inch select. subway. eat fresh. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd hav
wants to tackle the fashion worlds. >> so, an l.a. based designer decides to make it a reality. meet the designer making her dreams come true. >> go down a steep mountain. >> it drops away. >> see the trip that goes south real quick. >>> all right, it's best of rtm time. that mean as bonus video you can find on our website. steven has it. >> this time on the street, going up to strangers and telling them pointless stories like -- >> i woke up this morning and didn't know if i had toothpaste. i checked if i did and i have toothpaste. >> reminds you of a small child. check out rightthisminute.com and click on -- >> best of rtm. >>> you may remember talia joy. we have had her popular youtube channel on before. she has amazing make up tutorials where she shares her experiences. many of her experiences have to do with her battles with cancer. she's currently battling two forms of cancer and has been involved in this battle since the age of 7. she's 13 years old. she's gotten nearly 40 million views on her youtube channel. >> i really, really, really, really excited. i feel like a real, li
chris hedges is, that's why you're here. big draw. i just want to say a few things . i worked at the "l.a. times" for 30 years and -- so i know something about mainstream journalism. and i have a particular respect for chris hedges coming out of that environment, trying to work in these institutions, trying to maintain your integrity and up against everything from insufficientrable arrogance, bureaucracy, and timidity. and tunism. and it's really sort of been interesting to switch rules -- roles and be the editor of truth
it investigation to l.a. the next and what it says i refused to name the name of friends, colleagues, former comrades who abandoned the communist party. they were sent to federal prison. they were the hollywood 10 and the blacklist began. so disney and reagan were both present at the birth of the hollywood luckless, but that is not mentioned at the exhibit at the reagan library in simi valley today. instead, it is the oldest and stuff that is fun to see if your disney fan. i also wonder, they are a perfect object to display the display pieces of the berlin wall. it's across the street from laptop or other places like that. they see how the exhibits at other places explain whether they articulate the view of reagan won the cold war and said mr. gorbachev, tear down the wall and they did. at the high-end of the spectrum of cultural s., section of the berlin wall and the redmond washington. microsoft has over 5000 works of art. one of them is a two-ton chunk of the berlin wall. this is a symbol of soviet totalitarianism brought by ronald reagan. his discharge? lots of people regard graffiti of
in l.a. is trying to head off more cases by offering free vaccines starting tomorrow. reporter ted chen from our nbc station in los angeles has the details. >> we don't want this to become the perfect storm. >> reporter: they don't want it to be another aids crisis which is why the aids health care foundation is moving quickly, beginning tomorrow it's giving free meningitis vaccines at its pharmacies in west hollywood and hollywood. it is in response to a series of deaths in the gay community, seven in new york city and the saturday death of 33-year-old brett schaad of west hollywood. >> we cannot say at this point we have an outbreak in los angeles. but we know that this disease is serious. it's deadly. and that it can spread. >> shad had attended the white party, a gathering of thousands of gay friends in palm springs. doctors point out bacterial meningitis is not particular to the gay community. it can spread to anyone with or without sexual contact simply by coughing or sneezing. >> it's spread by respiratory droplets. which means that you can be sitting and talking to somebody for
sacramento and oakland and l.a., their systems are not ready for -- >> all i know is what i read in the paper about oakland and, you know, you probably read the same articles. i think they've had real problems with the coverage of their radios in oakland. oakland opted out of the [speaker not understood] system when alameda put all of the rest of alameda county, to my knowledge, is on the same system and oakland chose their own. and it's been a real challenge. my counterparts over there have a hard time every day, you know, and i think that they brought -- i think they brought on a consultant recently in the last few months to see what kind of fixes they could have, but they have had huge challenges. as far as l.a., l.a. is a whole different -- a whole different animal. and i've talked to my counterpart down there, jim feather stone. they're having problems even with their bay web project and they got a lot more money through mtia through the federal grants for their bay web project or their dtoc project rather than we did. and they've already gone out to bid twice -- throw during the third t
. backlash abound. including from the l.a. times and that is on the other side of the country. in an editorial the newspaper argues that 18-year-olds are adults. they should be allowed to vote. they are allowed to vote. and tight for their country and unlike drinking, a decision to smoke only harms the smoker. the editors note we should curb smoking through measures leaken location and bans on -- measures like education on bans. but should they make decisions that affect only themselves? thank you for that, l.a. times. and thank you for this, leg kitties. >> leg kitty. it just works, right, guys? >> it doesn't not work. >> michael you said in the green room smoking should be raised to the age of 30. you would like to gay marry your hero, michael bloomburg. >> i said the gay marriage thing. i just heard me. i would like to lower the smoking age to 13 because i know a lot of clever 13-year-olds. and they look cool when they smoke. >> all of the education in the world cannot change this. >> dino, isn't this true? the people who should be smoking are the kids because then they can
become l.a.'s first woman mayor if elected. the runoff is set for may 21st and shifting into higher gear as both sides. just announced an endorsement from kevin james, who they both beat in the primary. backing from former president bill clinton and fellow californian nancy pelosi. oh, by the way, magic johnson, as well. wendy joins me now. good morning. city controller. >> good morning, chuck. nice to be on your show this morning. >> i want to start with the basic question when it comes to you and mr. garsedi. do you agree that there is not much difference between the two of you? >> i disagree. i have a variety of background and experience. i have been in the public sector and private sector. i have been the independent fiscal watchdog and worked in dreamworks studios and worked in a family business. i have been able to get jobs into los angeles and focus on the issues that are important to the residents of los angeles. >> what is the single biggest problem facing los angeles right now? >> jobs. economic development. we have a high unemployment rate. higher than the national average. th
communities in new york and in los angeles. the aids health care foundation in l.a. is trying to stop more cases by offering free vaccines starting tomorrow. reporter ted chen from our nbc station in l.a. has more. >> we don't want this to become the perfect storm. >> reporter: they don't want it to be another aids crisis, which is why the aids health care foundation is moving quickly. beginning tomorrow, it's giving free meningitis vaccines at its pharmacies in hollywood. it's in response to a series of deaths in the gay community, seven in new york city and a saturday death of 33-year-old brett schott of west hollywood. >> we cannot say at this point we have an outbreak in los angeles. but we know that this is serious. it's deadly. and that it can spread. >> reporter: he had attended the white party, a gathering of thousands of gay men in palm springs. but doctors point out bacterial meningitis is not particular to the gay community. it can spread to anyone with or without sexual contact simply through coughing or sneezing. >> it's spread by respiratory droplets, which means you can be s
's personal opinion in the end of the book. a friend of mine and i went to the l.a. shares meeting big meeting to find out what's going on. he tells a story about how the reason marijuana but to harrah one was because a certain percentage of people were -- which did not prove causality but proved getting caught for marijuana and you were screwed in your life went down the tubes including possible heroin. i know people got thrown in the hard-core l.a. county jail and one committed suicide there. anyway and the medical marijuana, regular doctors don't like scripts. there are certain specialists, i know my nephew met a guy in the parking lot who decided to give them a script and a bunch of hotheads. i would like to see these anti marijuana people when their mother has got this horrible cancer and can't be, i want to see where they stand on marijuana. anyway. >> host: are you a little wound up about this topic? what is your response to that caller? >> guest: you raise the issue of whether or not marijuana is a gateway drug and we could spend 45 minutes just talking about that. the argument being t
the l.a. times. can you imagine that? i will tell you why in a moment. ♪ ♪ stuart: apple stocks all over the place. up, down, actually, it was down and then up. we are down six dollars. apple reported a drop in profits. it does not have any brand-new products on the horizon. not good. down goes apple this morning. kfc sales were reduced in china. twitter now reportedly testing a two-step solution that would reduce the risk of hacking and twitter accounts. incremental rollouts are expected soon. we will be back in a flash. ♪ friday night, buddy. you are gonna need a wingman. and my cash back keeps the party going. but my airline miles take it worldwide. [ male announcer ] it shouldn't be this hard. with creditcards.com, it's easy to search hundreds of cards and apply online. creditcards.com. ♪ stuart: i had to break in with some breaking news. here is what harry reid just said. most of the headlines are focused on hours the sequestered have cut travelers across the nation. the sequestered could also cost this country and humankind a cure for aids or parkinson's disease or cancer. that
, in an angry online manifesto. it was dorner who claimed he was unfairly fired by the l.a. police department. well, today, we're now learning 40 other fired police officers want their cases reviewed now. >>> plus, this -- >> we have come down what was the elevator shaft. we had to be lowered 12 meter. they tell us the tunnel here runs about 300 meters in the direction of the u.s. border. never knew where it would come up on the other side. >> 400 yards and a mere four feet wide. look at this. we're going to take you inside this drug smuggling tunnel just discovered in mexico. but, first, this. >>> he was a box we are dreams of one day representing the united states in the olympics. "entertainment tonight" got its hands on this never before seen footage of tamerlan tsarnaev and john allen, his boxing coach. this video is from a 2009 documentary that was never released. we even hear tamerlan tsarnaev speak. take a listen. >> yes. why not? you know? >> suspected bomber tamerlan tsarnaev's dream ended in a hail of gunfire. and now his boston coach is speaking out. cnn's brian todd is here. you t
and services had been cut to the bone. >>> baseball is back. even though the giants are playing in l.a. fans were out at at&t park. kimberly tere has more on the excitement. >> reporter: that's right. giants fans they could have stayed home to watch the game but thousands chose to come to at&t park to be among others cheering on the world champs. this is proof the giants don't have to be playing at home to draw a hometown crowd. >> you can't start a baseball without garlic fries and a beer. >> reporter: an estimated 5,000 fans came to see the season opener against the dodgers in los angeles. >> go giants. >> reporter: the focus is usually on the field but today all eyes were on the jumbo tron. >> it is just the feeling of being here and just being among other fans. people who are crazy about the giants and the smell of the fresh cut grass there is nothing like it. >> it is pretty great. you get to sit anywhere you want, enjoy the sun. it's something that doesn't happen a lot. >> reporter: fans were treated to free hot dogs. and the first 3,000 people got foam fists sporting three world serie
, will it stay in l.a. tonight, tonight ♪ my ratings were all right ♪ 20 years and i'm still in first place ♪ ♪ tonight, tonight ♪ i've got fox on the line ♪ or will i take over for dave ♪ >> do a good show, jim ♪ ♪ >> i will. and jay -- thanks. >> wow, what about the end? >> i didn't hear it. jerry brought over the pork chop and i missed what he said. >> good-bye. >> thank you, jerry, that was so kind. >> are those good? >> those are so good. what did he say when he said, hey, jay -- what did jay say to him? have a good show? >> yes. >> that's it? >> that's it, you missed nothing. enjoy the pork chop. >> isn't that delicious? >> and what happened on "the voice" last night? >> blind auditions, one of them was this texas college kid, she looked kind of scared, a little bit nervous, she was with her parents. she got out there and killed it. her name is holly tucker, take a look. ♪ when the rain is blowing in your face ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i could offer you a warm embrace ♪ ♪ and make you feel my love >> wow, that's a stunning voice. hoda, was that the mother
and mostly dry. looks nice in the southland, here in san francisco, partly cloudy skies, l.a. 68 and some rain in denver. 66 in san jose and san francisco and 67 in fairfield and extended forecast after the chance today and some more coming in tonight and that is in there through the weekend. >>> the giants are playing today at 1:00 and they'll receive the world series champion rings today. >> that's right, next, a look at what the future of baseball, our one-on-one conversation with the ceo, larry baer. ,,,,,[ male announcer ] hurry to subway for the new $3 six-inch select. this april, it's the black forest ham. made the way you say and still just $3. it's one of our april featured values, the newest way to enjoy subway every day! subway. eat fresh. sacramento. assembly bill 48 cleared the public safety committee on a . >>> there is a new battle brewing over bullets in sacramento. assembly bill 48 cleared the public safety committee on a party line vote and that would require sellers to be licensed and buyers to background checks. gun rights groups say the bill is part of an attempt to w
's not funny. >> they should have to pay back every dime. l.a. doesn't have the kind of money to be paying their s.w.a.t. teams. >> let's talk about a new song, psy. >> 1.5 million views on youtube, how the heck -- billion, i should say, views on youtube. it's called "gentleman" his new single, it drops this friday and there's going to be a dance with it and he's performing it this weekend. >> do you know anything about it? >> they're keeping it very undercover. low key. but there will be a new dance. so we can practice it. when i come next time -- come on. >> it will be fun. >> no. >> anyway. thanks, jason. >> love you. >> you don't get a second chance to make a first impression. to protect your kids in the digital world, coming up, right after this. license and registration please. what's this? uhh, it's my geico insurance id card, sir. it's digital, uh, pretty cool right? maybe. you know why i pulled you over today? because i'm a pig driving a convertible? tail light's out.. fix it. digital insurance id cards. just a click away with the geico mobile app. >> with hotwire's low prices, i
in l.a. i'm very proud of, maybe the most overphotographed place in earth, we're treating l.a. as if no one exists in l.a. but korean americans. >> we're looking forward to the new show. it premeers sunday night, 9 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. anthony bourdain, a huge talent and we're thrilled you're joining our cnn family. thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> from china to kro asia to new orleans, some fascinating pictures. stay right here. ocuvite. help protect your eye health. ocuvit( bell rings ) they remwish i saw mine of my granmore often, but they live so far away. i've been thinking about moving in with my daughter and her family. it's been pretty tough since jack passed away. it's a good thing you had life insurance through the colonial penn program. you're right. it was affordable, and we were guaranteed acceptance. guaranteed acceptance? it means you can't be turned down because of your health. you don't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. they don't care about your aches and pains. well, how do you know? did you speak to alex trebek? because i h
after the disaster -- >> that's a gentleman who survived the blast in the town of west, texas the l.a. times is reporting at least three people are dead and six firefighters have been reported missing in this fertilizer plant explosion. that's "the los angeles times" reporting that. officials have confirmed there are fatalities, they just are not reporting numbers at this time. please stay with us after the break. we had never used a contractor before and didn't know where to start. at angie's list, you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. no company can pay to be on angie's list, so you can trust what you're reading. angie's list is like having thousands of close neighbors where i can go ask for personal recommendations. that's the idea. before you have any work done, check angie's list. from roofers to plumbers to dentists and more, angie's list -- reviews you can trust. i love you, angie. sorry, honey. >>> a fertilizer plant explosion earlier this evening has injured hundreds. there are confirmed fatalities, however, we do no
a has launched rockets into orbit said enough is enough. he compared driving on l.a.'s-free to for the you are so what is willing to do to speed construction along? i know everyone in california would love his help. and what women really want. matt damon revealed why he renewed his vows of seven years. what promise did he make that any other woman would be dying to hear from their husband? we will tell you that and more coming up on gma. >> i don't know what is better, matt damon or clearing up traffic in southern california. >> yeah. take both. take both. >> whoever can make those promises sounds good to me. thanks so much. see you at seven. >> see ya. >> new this morning, san francisco's 8th annual walk against rape take place today. the 11:00 event put on by women against rape covers a 3.5-mile course from 1th street 2349 mission district. funds raised by the walkers will help provide a save place for survivors of sexual violence to heel. but organizers say more importantly, the event makes a statement that sexual violence won't be tolerated. the walk cull minute
season game in l.a. a win over the kings and they start the postseason in st. louis. a loss they begin the playoffs in vancouver. and ditto for the kings. the two rivals do not like each other. second period, clifford gets the kings on the in. shot in the air and knocks in his on rebound. 1-0, l.a. sharks answer 49 seconds later. logan couture. his team-leading 21st goal of the year ties it at one. and slava voynov, shot deflects off sharks james sheppard. 2-1, l.a. watch the passing for the kings. dustin penner to brad richardson behind the net. sees justin williams. counts it. 3-2, your final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings in st. louis. >>> sabercats in new orleans facing the voodoo, quarterback russ nick makes his quarterback debut. the nine yard dart. gets thrown into the ball. 18-4, voodoo. but he was solid. 312 yards, 6tds. three to this guy, huey whitaker. sabercats went 57-48, the final. >>> that's the way the ball bounces. have a great day. >> and you can show your warriors pride by posting this go warriors badge to your facebook page. can you get the badge
season game in l.a. a win over the kings and they start the postseason in st. louis. a loss, they begin the playoffs in vancouver. and ditto for the kings. the two rivals do not like each other. second period, clifford gets the kings on the board. shot in the air and knocks in his own rebound. 1-0, l.a. sharks answer 49 seconds later. logan couture. his team-leading 21st goal of the year, ties it at one. and slava voynov, shot deflects off sharks james sheppard. 2-1, l.a. watch the passing for the kings. dustin penner to brad richardson behind the net. feeds justin williams. counts it. 3-2, your final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings in st. louis. >> that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. see you again tonight at five. have a great day. >> extra perfect day for a bike ride. why hundreds will be riding their bicycles around san francisco today for >> if you are not out on the bay in a boat, you might be riding a buck. city fun ride today. bicyclists will be pedaling to benefit the rec and parks department. it has a goal of raising $100,000 so the city can pu
the search for an l.a. fugitive. the two women were injured when police mistakenly opened fire on them during the manhunt for ex-l.a. cop christopher dorner. margie and her 71-year-old mother will now split $4.2 million. >>> it's 5:19 right now. coming up a record night for the warriors in the play-offs. >> plus the giants rally in the 9th against the diamondbacks to tie it up. was it enough for the win? >> but first, as we count down to opening day, here's a look at the new bay bridge. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. winning streak at home was' going >>>welcome back. things are looking good crossing any of the major bridges. here's a live look at the gogel, the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge. things are beginning to stack u
the field at 7:05. giants are opening against the dodgers in l.a. and matt cain will take the mound and it will be open for opening day and you can watch the game on the ballpark's big screen for free. that is kind of fun. getting closer to 5:00 and let's check in with sal for traffic. >>> traffic is moving along well, it is wet out there, we are just waking up and it is wet and you might want to grab an umbrella. also the morning drive is looking good at the bay bridge toll plaza and it is light getting into sin fran. 555 -- 4:55 let's go to steve. >>> most of the thunderstorm activity is associated with the low which is starting to push north and east and it should be out of the picture but it is moving. rainfall is not bad. they picked up an inch or an inch and a half. one line is stretching from interstate 880 vacaville fairfield, highway 4 and from san jose to the santa clara valley, we are seeing some palo alto, back over to half-moon bay, not everybody is in on the rain. they are really mild because the system came up and it looks like we will to the exact thing and mild tem
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